TIGERS BE STILL by Kim Rosenstock
Stage B Theatre Company presents...
TIGERS BE STILL
by Kim Rosenstock
directed by Keith Fitzgerald
Shelby Marie Smith
Robin J. Knepp
and Scott Melton
May 9-11 and 16-17 at 8:00 pm
(1124 Westbriar Dr. Richmond, VA. 23238)
$10 for students.
$13 for industry, RAPT members, and senior citizens.
$15 for general admission.
From one of the head writers of the hit television show "The New Girl," Kim Rosenstock's sharp new comedy TIGERS BE STILL is the story of "how to stop being a total disaster and get your life on track and to NOT let overwhelming feelings of anxiousness and loneliness and uselessness just like totally eat your brain." Sherry (Shelby Marie Smith) has just earned her masters degree in art therapy. When Sherry and Grace's (Robin J. Knepp) mom Wanda flirts with her former prom king and principal of the local middle school to get Sherry a job, wires get crossed and dogs get lost. To help smooth out the edges of the temperamental Zack Moore (Andrew Colletti), Principal Joseph Moore (Scott Melton) of Oceanside Middle School has asked Sherry to do some side work as a therapist to help Zack mourn the loss of his recently deceased mother in a healthier way. By the way, someone really needs to catch the tiger that just escaped from the local zoo!
To buy tickets, please visit tigers.brownpapertickets.com.
Stage B Theatre Company produces edgy, contemporary work exposing the voices of Generation Y to the surrounding community. Now in it's third season, Stage B has partnered with Firehouse Theatre and promises to strip plays down to the bones to focus on ideas and themes rather then spectacle. As an extension of our collegiate theatrical training, Stage B is driven to take the next step by creating minimalistic theatre by members of Generation Y with promise of igniting an excitement within the community.
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1124 Westbriar Drive
Richmond, VA 23238
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|